|Statement||edited by Michael A. Florian|
|Series||Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems -- 118, Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems -- 118.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|ISBN 10||3540076204, 364248123X|
|ISBN 10||9783540076209, 9783642481239|
The development is described and analyzed by the use of the powerful instruments of nonlinear optimization and mathematical programming within the field of operations research. The first part is devoted to mathematical models for the analysis of transportation network equilibria; the second deals with methods for traffic equilibrium problems.1/5(1). Optimization Models and Methods for Equilibrium Traffic Assignment. Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days. This book is focused on the discussion of the traffic assignment problem, the mathematical and practical meaning of variables, functions and basic principles. The book may be of interest to a wide range of readers, such as civil engineering students, traffic engineers, developers of traffic assignment algorithms etc. The obtained results here are to be used in both practice and theory. This book is devoted to the traffic assignment problem, formulated in a form of nonlinear optimization program. Optimization Models and Methods for Equilibrium Traffic Assignment English | ISBN: | | pages | PDF | 4 MB This book is focused on the discussion of the traffic assignment problem, the mathematical and practical meaning of variables, functions and basic principles. This work.
A plethora of other solution methods, including modifications of the Frank-Wolfe algorithm , proximal-point methods , projection methods [16,19,20], etc., have been proposed. Traffic Flow Theory: Characteristics, Experimental Methods, and Numerical Techniques provide traffic engineers with the necessary methods and techniques for mathematically representing traffic flow. The book begins with a rigorous but easy to understand exposition of traffic flow characteristics including Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and traffic sensing . Traffic Flow Theory: Characteristics, Experimental Methods, and Numerical Techniques provide traffic engineers with the necessary methods and techniques for mathematically representing traffic flow. The book begins with a rigorous but easy to understand exposition of traffic flow characteristics including Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS. This monograph provides both a unified account of the development of models and methods for the problem of estimating equilibrium traffic flows in urban areas and a .
be a Nash equilibrium; and any list of strategies in which x = is a Nash equilibrium. Braess’s Paradox In Figure , everything works out very cleanly: self-interested behavior by all drivers causes them — at equilibrium — to balance File Size: KB. TRANSPORTATION NETWORK ANALYSIS. This book presents a coherent approach to the analysis of transportation networks based on the concept of network equilibrium and the application of convex programming methods. Chapter 1 provides an introduction. Chapter 2 introduces transportation networks and the terminology used in the by: We consider the general traffic equilibrium network model where the travel cost on each link of the transportation network may depend on the flow on this as well as other links of the network. The model has been designed in order to handle situations where there is interaction between traffic on different links (e.g., two-way streets, intersections) or between different modes of Cited by: comparative tests of multimodal traffic equilibrium methods In this study we proceeded to test the relative efficiencies of the two main computational techniques now available for calculating the traffic equilibrium in multimodal networks, namely, the relaxation and projection methods.